Harrington is pleased to offer Vascular Medicine located within our UMass Memorial Health – Harrington medical office building located on 10 North Main Street in Charlton.
For more than 10 years, the Vascular Surgery Clinic and Wound Care Center has provided vascular surgery care in south central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut. Located in Charlton, patients have access to ultrasound testing at our on-site vascular lab, and same-day appointments for diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases. When needed, patients can be seen at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester.
Focusing on the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of all arterial and venous disorders, our Vascular Care Program is under the direction of Dr. Douglas Jones, Dr. Laura Boitano and Nurse Practitoner Lisa Arello, board-certified vascular surgeons, specialists, and members of UMass Memorial Medical Group.
Vascular Conditions We Treat:
If you’re in need of vascular care, you can be confident our vascular surgeons and nurse practitioner offer everything you need from consultations to testing and follow-up care. We treat diseases and conditions of the arteries and veins, including:
Vascular Surgery Services:
Our team offers the below procedures, some of which are done at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester or at our Vein Center in Westborough:
On-site Vascular Care:
Vascular lab services include:
Aortic Aneurysm Screening Program
If you’re 65 to 75 years old, ask your doctor for a referral to the UMass Memorial Program for Aortic Screening and Surveillance (UPASS) for an aortic aneurysm screening. We’re the only program of its kind in Massachusetts utilizing artificial intelligence to reduce and eventually eliminate preventable deaths from abdominal aortic aneurysms. If an aneurysm is found, you’ll be cared for and followed for life.
Limb Preservation Center
Our team of vascular surgeons, podiatrists, and wound care specialists treat patients at high risk for foot and leg amputation, particularly those with diabetes and peripheral artery disease.
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